Like the California point break it was named for, the Rincon is a classic West Coast straight bridge, wrapping style lines and edgy curved temples. The Shiny Black and Smoke Crystal Black colors coincide with the rocks at the end of the bay and the sharks that inhabit it. The big frame, sharp angles, and integrated Spring Hinges combine outstanding function and comfort with beautiful aesthetics. Costa’s Rincon sunglasses reflect the classic right point break and the hard-charging surfers that pioneered the sport.
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